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    The Retired Stagehand Who Sold Newspapers as a Kid“I’d buy the paper for a nickel and go into bars and sell it for a quarter.’”
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    The Art-World Fixtures Who Lunch at The Four Seasons“We have a monthly lunch at The Four Seasons. I always end with the vanilla ice cream.”
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    The Art Adviser Who Lives in 3 Countries“Throughout the year, I live between Istanbul, New York, and London.”
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    The Artist Who Wears His Mother’s Coat“There’s a nice continuity to wearing your parents’ clothes.”
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    Everything You Need to Know About Traveling With FriendsGoing with a group means you can afford a seaside villa. But will you all like each other by the end of the trip? 
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    The Pescatarian Vintage Buyer Who Wears Fur“I thought it was kind of gruesome at first, but then I thought, Well, if I’m going to wear an animal, I might as well wear its face.”
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    The Mormon Model Who Writes Poetry on the Side“I’m from the same town as the model Lucky Blue Smith. I actually went to the prom with one of his sisters.”
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    The Fashion Blogger Who Started As a Model“I knew I wouldn’t be a model forever, but I thought, I don’t know, maybe I’d be an accountant or something.”
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    The Professional Boxer Who Has 11 Titles“I was the only girl on our high-school wrestling team — there was a petition from the other schools to have me taken off because I would beat the boys and make them cry.”
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    The Attorney Who Almost Always Wears Bow Ties“I found that people would remember me and be like, ‘Oh, you’re the guy with the bow tie.’ And I thought, Well, that’s not bad, that’ll be my little brand.”
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    A Clique With a Kennedy, a Matisse, and a TrumpMinor celebrities thanks to the Rich Kids of Instagram blog, they have leveraged their hundreds of thousands of followers to further their personal brands.
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    The UPS Driver Who Used to Work in Fashion“I hemmed these pants and would love to slim down the shirt a bit, get it darted, but I’d need permission to do that.”
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    The Ceramic Artist Who Has Lived in 6 Countries“I was born in Saudi Arabia — we were actually airlifted out at the beginning of the Gulf War — and I grew up in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Scotland before settling in Houston.”
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    The ’80s Rocker Who Doesn’t Go Out Much Anymore“I’ll only go out if I’m seeing a band that I got a demo from that I might produce.”
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    The Art Student Who Dyes Her Hair Gray“I want to show that even though my skin is tan, I’m gray, because my mother is white and my father is African-American.”
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    The Equestrian Rider Who Worked on the Bernie Madoff Case“It was annoying — not only was he so awful, but there was so much paperwork!”
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    The Retired Modeling Agent Who Loves Empire“I started my own agency — we represented Twiggy — but went off to be assistant to the actor Yul Brynner, who was dating my roommate at the time.”
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    The Former Child Actor With an Epic Beard“Total strangers will come up to me on the street and just grab it.”
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    The Pro-Throuple Store Planner in a Margiela Dress“I started wearing dresses when I lived in the Middle East, and then when I came into my queer self, I started playing more with de-gendering clothing.”
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    The CEO Selling Clothes That Speak InternetErin Yogasundram’s teenage buyers think she’s totally bae AF.
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    The ‘85-Year-Old Wonder’ in Purposefully Mismatched Socks“I’m always at the theater, the ballet, the opera, the movies. Last year, I saw 1,049 movies. But I don’t like computers. … Nancy Sinatra has been saying that I have to get on email. ”
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    The NYU Student Moonlighting as a DJ“If you want to be a member of my squad, you have to be down for the cause; you can’t just be at home all the time, you have to be spur of the moment, because life is spur of the moment.”
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    The Would-Be High-School Valedictorian in His Cap and Gown“My school actually doesn’t do that stuff, but if they did, I would be. I had the highest GPA: a 4.0, a 96-point-something.”
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    The Brooklyn Artist in a ‘Lesbian Cowgirl’ Outfit“I grew up in Tribeca — all my friends were kids of artists and musicians, and people didn’t lock their doors.”
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    Meet the Woman With the Real Dirt on Upper East Side MomsNative daughter Jill Kargman is Edith Wharton by way of Bravo.
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    The Student With an Ear-Shaped Earring“Dedicated to a guy I was seeing who just wouldn’t listen to me.”
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    The Activist Art Student Who Dons a Mock Turtleneck“My roommate and I have also been running a small gallery out of our basement in Chelsea.”
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  29. I Was a Tweenage Baby-Tee FiendA quest for the perfect tiny fitted T-shirt.
  30. The Pennsylvanian Transplant Channeling Marilyn Monroe“I always wanted to end up in New York. During my first month here, I was that idiot who couldn’t stop smiling.”
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    FOGO Is the New FOMOLeaving the house is so two years ago.  
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    The Musician Who Got Matching Tattoos With His Mom“I was the youngest of six, and we were in a traveling gospel band. My dad thought he was Joe Jackson — I was the youngest, so I was Michael.” 
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    The Writer Who Went Redhead After a Breakup“For a long time I was dating a redhead, and I couldn’t dye my hair red because we’d look like siblings.”
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    Look Book: The Austrian Twins Who Share a Bed“We have one closet and share most of our clothes.”
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    Look Book: The English Model-Actor-Chef“I found myself dancing next to Miley Cyrus. I remember thinking, I never want to leave New York.
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    Look Book: The Student With a Septum Ring“I got it in high school, but for a few years I had to wear it up in my nose so my mom couldn’t see it.”
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    Look Book: The Vuitton-Toting Writer“I just got back from a yoga retreat in Costa Rica.”
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    Look Book: The Photographer Dad and Model Son“I like when they dress me up, but it hurts to smile because my tooth is hurting more and more.”
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    Look Book: The Victorian-Era High-School Photographer“Creativity runs in our family; my mom was a model and is now a writer, and my dad was the lead singer of the Cars.”
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    Look Book: The Dutch Cheese Demonstrator“I grew up with cheese and eat it every day. My uncle owns a cheese business and asked me to work for him.”
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    Look Book: The Marketers With Matching Leopard Sweats“We both showed up at the airport this morning and were like, ‘What the hell?’”
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    Look Book: The Goodwill-Shopping Art Teacher“I used to shop at Urban Outfitters, but now that I’m middle class and can actually afford it, I find it ridiculously overpriced.”
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    Look Book: The Chanel-Devoted Housewife“Chanel threw me a surprise birthday party at their store. Can you imagine? It was fabulous.”
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    Anastasia Krupnik Is the Neurotic YA Heroine You Forgot You LovedTalking to Lois Lowry about her cult-favorite series.
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    Look Book: The Dancer With a Cyndi Lauper Vibe“I really want to meet her someday, so I can be like, ‘Look, I look a lot like you, maybe we should hang out or do a photo shoot together or something.’”
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    Look Book: The Thrift-Shopping Dance Student“Comme des Garçons is my favorite brand — you can dress it up or dress it down, but you just look like you have money when you wear their clothing.”
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    Look Book: The Coastguardsman Turned Model “I just finished modeling for a ten-week sculpture class: I had to do the same pose five times a week for ten weeks, three hours at a time.”
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    Look Book: The HIV Advocate Who Was Almost in Paris Is Burning“My friends and I were all into the ball scene; I was in the House of Africa and competed in the ‘runway model effect’ category.”
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